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Old 02-26-2006, 10:16 PM   #1
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Melbourne & Adelaide Ticket Drop

For those without tickets Ticketmaster have released a very limited amount of GA tickets for Melbourne 1 and Adelaide Vertigo shows!!

Go grab 'em while you can!!!!
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Some updated info on the Adelaide gig. Local radio station this morning said U2 has released another 3000 tickets as the other 5000 have sold. They also said that once these tickets sell the grand total attendace will be around 60,000.
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From today's Advertiser....


MORE U2 TICKETS ON SALE

A record 60,000 people will be at AAMI Stadium on March 28 to see U2 play on their Vertigo tour.
An additional and final 3000 tickets will go on sale at 9am today from Ticketmaster and BASS outlets, taking the total crowd number to 60,000 - 10,000 more than Adelaide's previous biggest concert crowd, Dire Straits' 1986 Brothers In Arms tour.
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From today's Advertiser....


MORE U2 TICKETS ON SALE

A record 60,000 people will be at AAMI Stadium on March 28 to see U2 play on their Vertigo tour.
An additional and final 3000 tickets will go on sale at 9am today from Ticketmaster and BASS outlets, taking the total crowd number to 60,000 - 10,000 more than Adelaide's previous biggest concert crowd, Dire Straits' 1986 Brothers In Arms tour.
And that figure makes it one of the biggest, if not the biggest, concerts staged in Adelaide...can not wait....24 days and counting Fingers crossed this weather pattern here holds...perfect for an outdoor gig.

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